At this frequency a parallel resonant circuit is formed between the primary inductance and the net capacitive **reactance** reflected back from the secondary.

Each of the elements has a variable **reactance** which must be altered to produce the desired performance.

However, there is enough capacitive **reactance** to cause a significant phase shift in the current that flows through the load.

It also has a small inductive **reactance**, of about 11 ohms.

One often sees short monopoles with a coil at the foot, to provide inductive tuning for this capacitative **reactance**.

Stubs are shorted or open circuit lengths of transmission line which produce a pure **reactance** at the attachment point.

The capacitive **reactance** Xc becomes very large and the inductive **reactance** XL becomes insignificant.

This radiation **reactance** needs to be tuned out, to get power transfer from the generator to the radiated field.

**Reactance** matrices is proposed.

**Reactance** of a capacitor and the phase relationship between p.d. and current.

**Reactance** of the matching circuit to become dominant as the frequency increases.

**Reactance** x s is to a good approximation proportional to f.

**Reactance** Xc which has units of Ohms.